Osteopathy: Sacro-Illiac Pain

  The sacro-iliac joint (SI joint or SIJ) is between the sacrum, the triangular bone at the base of the spine and the ilium bones of the pelvis. During movement the SIJ helps distribute the body’s weight from the trunk to the pelvis and extremities while protecting the spine, acting as shock absorption. Anatomy: The … Continue reading Osteopathy: Sacro-Illiac Pain

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Osteopathy: Shin Splints

A general term to describe pain in the front of the legs, or shins caused by exercise. The pain can be felt, usually in both shins after strenuous exercise, particularly running and sports with sudden stops and starts, such as basketball, tennis, squash and badminton. It is important to rest and seek help, as continuing … Continue reading Osteopathy: Shin Splints

Shin Splints – Bridgeford’s Best Bites: Osteopathy Tips

A general term to describe pain in the front of the legs, or shins caused by exercise. The pain can be felt, usually in both shins after strenuous exercise, particularly running and sports with sudden stops and starts, such as basketball, tennis, squash and badminton. It is important to rest and seek help, as continuing … Continue reading Shin Splints – Bridgeford’s Best Bites: Osteopathy Tips